Sponsorship Packages for 2019/20

We have launched our sponsorship packages for the new season, with a range of options to suit all budgets.  There are opportunities for both Businesses and supporters to sponsor the Boatmen for our exciting upcoming season in the Southern League and after the success of the kit sponsor draw last season, we are doing it again!  For just £150 you can enter the draw to see the name of your company on the front of the Sholing away kit throughout the season.  The full list of Sponsorship packages are available to view on our website HERE.  For more details & to discuss sponsorship, please contact Claire Paine : sponsor@sholingfc.com or 07887 778266

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Southern League here we come

The allocations for season 2019/20 have been released and as expected, Sholing will play in the Southern League South Division 1.  We will be facing some old friends/rivals and a few clubs we've never played before. There are more clubs in our local area than the last time we were in the Southern League, such as Winchester City, Moneyfields, AFC Totton & Basingstoke Town.  Full list on the latest news page.  An interactive Map of the location of clubs can be found here

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Christchurch 0-1 Sholing

Boatmen lifted the Russell Cotes Cup for the first time thanks to a 94th minute winner by Brad Targett. It took that long for a moment of quality in a scrappy game, but it was worth waiting for from a Sholing perspective as Jake Hoole put over a fantastic left foot cross on the run and Brad Targett met it at the far post with a downward header past the diving keeper.  In the first half, both teams looked rusty after a few weeks off and on a dry & bobbly pitch, there were lots of stoppages and no flow to the match, with only a shot from Hoole saved in the 44th min of note.  Second half, wasn't much better, but Sholing created more with Targett denied by a save and Dan Mason a clearance off the line.  Christchurch had a few shots go wide and it looked set for penalties until the added time drama - Match Report, Video & Photos

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Sholing FC Academy Launched

Sholing Football Club is proud to announce the formation of its full-time academy for players aged between 16 and 18 years of age for the 2019/20 season.

The club is launching a 2-year programme where individuals will have the opportunity to play and train under the umbrella of one of Hampshire's biggest and most successful semi-professional football clubs, whilst working towards a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma In Sport (Development, Coaching & Fitness) which is the equivalent of 3 A Levels. - For Full Details and to register an interest, please click here

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Portland United 0-3 Sholing

Boatmen rounded off a record breaking Wessex league season in style with win number 34 out 38 games with victory over Portland United. The scoreline was a repeat of last week's game and the home side gave Sholing a helping hand with a bizarre own goal in the first half.  Sholing extended their league in the second half, with Alex Sawyer rounding off a flowing move and then Brad Targett slotted past the keeper.  It meant Sholing finished unbeaten away from home, led the league from the first game of the season to the last and also created a new Wessex record for points per game. After the game, Dave Diaper confirmed the club will be accepting promotion - Match Report

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